A devastating second half onslaught which saw 39 unanswered points, gave Cardiff Blues a crushing victory over a bewildered Newport Gwent Dragons side by 42-13 at Cardiff City Stadium.
Caerphilly County Borough is bracing itself for heavy snow on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Met Office has issued an early warning for heavy snow across much of south and mid Wales.
Caerphilly-based Thomas, Carroll Independent Financial Advisers, has been named best chartered financial planning company in the country.
The company won the award at the Personal Finance Society’s Chartered Awards 2009.
Five firefighting youngsters have been presented with the certificates for completing basic firefighting training.
Christopher Sarah, Rhys Cronin, Samuel Logan, Hywel Pedrick and Haydn Williams, who are members of the Young Firefighters’ Association, were awarded their Intermediate BTEC Basic Fire Fighting certificates at an awards ceremony held at Penallta House, Caerphilly County Borough Council’s headquarters.
A 20-year-old Graig-Y-Rhacca man who abused and killed a kitten has been jailed for 16 weeks.
Joel White, of Longfellow Gardens, was sent to a young offender institution by Cardiff magistrates after strangling the ten-week-old kitten and putting it in a freezer.
Police are warning thieves about the danger of stealing electrical cables following a break-in at the old saw mills in Senghenydd.
Two eye-catching five-metre high towers have been unveiled in Llanbradach.
Artist Kay Aplin has created the spectacular towers called Llanbradach Follies and they have already become a landmark in the village since being unveiled by Councilor John Evans, the Mayor of Caerphilly County Borough Council.